A Malaysian ex-playboy model has become a social media influencer who is actively spreading Islamic virtues on Instagram since converting to Islam in 2014.
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In a country whose population are mostly followers of Shintoism or Buddhism, Tokyo's Camii mosque is doing a unique effort to help the Japanese people see the true mission of Islam, a video report by Press TV says.
A generous boss of an Indian Muslim restaurant Singapore Zam Zam saved for three years to take 27 of his staff to Makkah for their first Umrah, to repay them for their years with the company.
Photos showing Saudi security pilots breaking their Ramadan fast in their public security helicopters above the holy city of Makkah have been shared online, showing stunning images of Kaa`ba 2500 feet above the ground.
A Qatari hotel has sponsored a fast-a-thon charity event in which it invited non-Muslim expats to experience Ramadan and fast for one day, donating QR200 on behalf of participants to help end hunger in Somalia.
A photo showing three Balinese footballers in Indonesia has gone viral on the internet, becoming a symbol of religious tolerance with a Muslim, Christian and Hindu players praying together.
As spirituality reached its peak during Ramadan, fifteen people converted to Islam during the holy month in Oman, feeling the blessings of fasting and Qur’an.
An elderly 85-year-old Indian Hindu woman has been fasting during the holy month of Ramadan for the past 34 years, sharing a “faith called love” with her Muslim friends.
A leading Indian Muslim organization in India is holding veg-only iftar dinners during the holy fasting month of Ramadan, sending a message of Hindu-Muslim unity.
Sports activities, red communist films, opened restaurants and banned prayers sum up most of regulations imposed by the Chinese government on Uighur Muslims during the holy fasting month of Ramadan.
It is well above 30° Celsius and we are making our way through Aung Mingalar, a Muslim getto in the port city of Sittwe, Burma.